Tara Firma Inn Volcano
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... thought that these phenomena were the works of gods. We will probably get up early tomorrow to see it again before daylight. A truly incredible awe-inspiring experience and well worth travelling all this way to see.
One disappointment is that the lava has stopped flowing down to the sea which was another spectaculars sight. We booked in August and it stopped flowing in September after many years.
hope all well with everyone, love viv
Monday was the day we went snorkeling Kapoho tide pools. They are actually reached by driving in a neighborhood. There is very little parking, but we got there early enough to get a parking spot. It was low tide, which some people don't like, but I did because the water was not so deep. We saw lots of colorful fish and coral. We find about two hours is long enough for us to snorkel. We get tired and sunburnt ...
... across the crater, steaming vents, and tons of experiences to add to a lifetime of memories.
There are lots of inns and hotels, rooms to rent nearby but a stay in the Volcano Rainforest Lodge, located near mile marker 23 on Hwy 11, only a couple of miles from the park entrance is recommended. Located in the center of three acres of rain forest, this is almost ...
... it was all getting a bit repetitive, we still found it fascinating so we were enjoying it still. Our final trek was to see some lava trees and to climb up an old volcano to a viewpoint across the area and look right at Mauna Aloa. It was about an hour and a half walk but the lava trees were crazy. A lava tree is created when lava flows around the trees, because the tree roots are damp and cooler this creates kind of an island, then the tree will eventually burn up and ...
... we could leave all of our stuff there for the rest of the day. However, before we left Hilo, we stopped at Ken's Pancake House for a late breakfast. My dad and I got the Kokonut Pancakes, and Stephanie and my mom got sweetbread French toast. I didn't try the French toast, but my pancakes had coconut slivers baked into the dough, and more sprinkled on top. Our breakfast came with three types of syrup: guava, passion, and coconut. They were all ...